Im new to this whole thing..

Im new to this whole thing..

Confused Confused
my husband says vibrators desensitize you... is that true?
also im thinking Pyrex is the safest choice is that correct?
please help!!
04/15/2009
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Nashville Nashville
Quote:
Originally posted by Confused
my husband says vibrators desensitize you... is that true?
also im thinking Pyrex is the safest choice is that correct?
please help!!
That's really just a myth that our mothers and grandmothers told us to not buy sex toys or engage in sexual activity. Read this thread here: link However, some women (I included) do experience the inability to orgasm from light touches because I've used my Hitachi recently at such an extreme intensity.. it soon fades and things return to any semblance of normality there once was.

As far as safe- 100% medical grade silicone, glass, all metals, vixskin, ceramic, and wood are safe (are there more?... it's late and my brain hurts). If it can be boiled, you're good to go. Basically, when I think of "safe" I think of phthalates-free. However, what is your definition of "safe"? I'll be able to help you better when I understand a little bit more of what you're looking for.
04/15/2009
Confused Confused
Quote:
Originally posted by Nashville
That's really just a myth that our mothers and grandmothers told us to not buy sex toys or engage in sexual activity. Read this thread here: link However, some women (I included) do experience the inability to orgasm from light touches because ...
you answered my questions perfectly thank you!
04/15/2009
Lithaewyn Lithaewyn
Quote:
Originally posted by Nashville
That's really just a myth that our mothers and grandmothers told us to not buy sex toys or engage in sexual activity. Read this thread here: link However, some women (I included) do experience the inability to orgasm from light touches because ...
I'm the opposite actually! If I use a strong vibe on my clit, I'll become more sensitive. I suppose it depends on how much pressure you're applying, if it's directly on the clit or the hood, and how long you're using a toy like that.
04/15/2009
Machina Machina
Quote:
Originally posted by Nashville
That's really just a myth that our mothers and grandmothers told us to not buy sex toys or engage in sexual activity. Read this thread here: link However, some women (I included) do experience the inability to orgasm from light touches because ...
Sleeping Dreamer is right about the whole myth surrounding vibrators desensitizing your clit. I have only experienced some de-sensitivity after using my Hitachi too. Don't let this scare you though - no other vibrator has ever caused me to lose any sensation, and the Hitachi is probably the most powerful vibe you can buy. I only got a little desensitized after I used it on high- two or three times a day- four days in a row. It was only temporary, and full sensitivity came back after two days. No big deal.
04/15/2009
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